Changes to OneCard System

Posted June 20th, 2013 at 11:30 am.

The following email was sent to faculty and staff by Chief Administrative Officer Jerry Berenson on Monday, June 10.

As a part of the SEADS initiative to unify several Bryn Mawr and Haverford administrative systems, we are pleased to announce some exciting changes to OneCard.
 
What's changed:
  • You may now use your OneCard to pay for purchases at Bryn Mawr AND Haverford College dining halls, cafes, bookstores and more
  • Adding funds to your OneCard has changed, and you can now add funds to someone else's account
How do I add money to my OneCard?
 
Follow the GET Funds link from the OneCard website (http://www.brynmawr.edu/onecard).  
 
Create an account using an email address and password of your choice.  There are a couple of specifics to remember when creating this account:
  • When asked for your "ID Number", enter the number on the front of your OneCard preceded by enough zeroes to make it 9 digits long.  (Examples:  001234567, 000987654)
  • When asked for your first and last name, enter them exactly as they're printed on your OneCard.
  • You'll receive an email from the "Cbord System" with the subject line "GET - Registration Confirmation".  Follow the link in the email to verify your account.
Further Information:
  • If you already had money on your OneCard, it has been transferred to the new system and is still available for use.
  • Later this summer, this account will sync with your College account and you will be able to log in with the same College username and password you use to log into email, Virtual Bryn Mawr, etc.  We'll be in touch again with the date of this change.
  • This system is very new to our campuses, and you may notice a few minor changes to its look and feel as we continue to make improvements
  • For more information on the new and improved OneCard and other SEADS initiatives, seehttp://www.brynmawr.edu/onecard and http://www.haverford.edu/seads/.
  • Questions?  Email onecard@brynmawr.edu.
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